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Nomondi’s Basket

Two men entered a branch of Barclays Bank on Pearl Street in Salisbury this morning. They held the four bank employees at gunpoint whilst they robbed the vault that had just been opened for business hours. They escaped with five hundred thousand pounds. Along with the money, three newly minted seal matrixes and their molds were stolen. The seals are unique in that two of them are used in the office of the prime minister Sir Godfrey Martin Huggins, while the third seal is a newly designed seal, designed by local artist Lawenta Godari. This seal has been minted in honor of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II’s upcoming visit to Southern Rhodesia in August of this year. Seal matrixes of this type are often considered to be powerful political tools, as they are used to seal and confirm agreements between foreign governments. The seal designed by Godaria is known as the Great Rhodesian Seal and was to be used to notarize the signing of the agreement between Northern and Southern Rhodesia to build the Kariba Dam Hydro Electric Project.

At time of going to press, the British South Africa Police Robbery Branch have no leads as to the whereabouts of the thieves or the stolen property. Barclays Bank has offered a reward of twenty thousand pounds for the return of the stolen property and the capture and conviction of the thieves.

 

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Pafinna’s Prophecy

In an attempt to discover why the mourning dove has changed its call, Tracey and her new friend Jonathan, stumble on a bigger problem! Two white lion cubs have been born and are already on a death list. Because of rife superstition, the local people believe that albino animals are portends of death. The children round up a group of adults and set off on an adventure to save the lives of the cubs.

Tracey, Jonathan and the Khoi San brothers work together with an indigenous Australian man and members of the Masawani Game Park team to counter the dire prophecy made by the late Sangoma Pafinna. It is up to all of them to save the tiny lion cubs.

 

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The Boy, the Bear and the Pipe!

This story is written for my serious nephew Matthew. Matthew’s belief in a loving creator has taken him a long way in his life. He is always at the forefront of caring for the citizens of this planet. He is generous and amusing, with a wry sense of humour. I am proud to be his aunt!

Matthew’s first trip to Canada starts off with a sighting of the mythical creature known in Canadian culture as a Sasquatch. This sighting catapults Matthew into the next part of the adventure when he purchases a medicine pipe for his brother. Unbeknownst to Matthew, the pipe is a recently discovered artefact of the Summer Indian Nation, which has been stolen from an archeological dig. The missing artefact attracts public attention, and soon he and his aunt are embroiled in the conflicting interest of good and evil.

 

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Gael Whelan Book Collection

Gael Whelan Book Collection